Title: The leader-enterprise
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Title: The leader-enterprise
Uniform Title: leader-enterprise
Leader-enterprise (Homestead, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Leader enterprise
Physical Description: 11 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: South Dade Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Homestead, Fla.
Homestead Fla
Publication Date: March 26, 1943
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Homestead (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Homestead
Coordinates: 25.471189 x -80.468122 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 19, no. 45 (Nov. 6, 1931)-v. 29, no. 2 (Jan. 10, 1941) = v. 9, no. 21-
General Note: Ben Archer, editor.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00087294
Volume ID: VID00587
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33835104
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Preceded by: Homestead leader
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Vol. 82-No. 13 Homestead, Florida, Friday, March 26. 1913 Price 5 Cents

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TO REMODEL Promotion to Full Colonelcy Awarded $21'OOO FOR CULVERTS

> Commander of Homestead Air Base

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:, OLD BUILDING I Official notice of his promotionto Ued the Reserve Squadron which I THE WEATHER construction Tentative of plans a second for post-war'oversea

a full colonelcy was received later grew into the Atlanta airbase Official weather report of the highway" stemming from Home
Wednesday; by Lt. ,Col. Wm. I He was chairman of the Subtropical Experiment Station. stead's Bayfront; Park over 'a
aviation committee of the Atlanta
L. Plummtr, I Homestead Florid causeway to Elliott' Key and
Chamber of Commerce in 1930 and
ONMOIRYST Oil tn.a.1 I carI I HM 1 RateMar. curving over spans at Caesar's,
commanding officer national chairman of the Aviation -I 18 1'84 47'I i3012| Rhodes, Broad and Angelfish
of the Reserve Association in 'Mar 10 M 70 130.111 35 creeks, were revealed last night
Homesteadarmy 1940-41. Mar. 20 88 68 I '. by County Commission Chairman
Revelation that the county air baie. Before returning to the,army he Mar. 21 88 I 167 Preston .3 Bird. "
was southern manager of the Geo. Mar. 22 10 (4 ;10.051 01
clinic to be established her in Col, Plum- .4 The proposed road would Join
D. Roper Co. in Atlanta where his -
Mar. 23 73 4. S0.131
the old Enterprise building on the KeyLargo highway at Anglers'Club.
mer who baa wife and daughter continue to I Gar, J4 ,,7.1.. ;3024! .
,W. Howry st, Is not solely for been a rated Thus would be made accessible -
make Weir home. He has servedas
the treatment of venereal diseases -' by highway a fisherman'sparadise
Pilot the
since technical inspector ot ,Cochran
but will be instead i general unparalled in the United
11' First World .
Field. Ga. and prior to assuming
clink, made last WPB 3 AUTOORBUILDING States.
was night by War.. while command the Homestead base $
''b",r.'ounty Coromlsslon I LbalrtnanProton '"Such a road will take in the .
making hit CeJ. rimmer Sept. 17 base
on was executive
B. Bird.Establishment. i I beat fishing rounds In theworld
home Atlanta in
in 1920
organ- officer at Morrison Field. OF 25 "
of the clinic and! said Mr. Bird "and In
purchase of the old 1leW1P&Pft'1 time could be made to pay for
building for $1,500 were approved FLORIDA TOGEr4,0.00BAIlAmNS April 1 Is Deadline ; NEWHOUSESHEREhomestead Itself by the levying ot toll."
Tuesday by the commieslon. The For Home Exemptions'Homestead A propeaal *y James Sottile,
clinic will be operated under the I fir. president of South Dade
supervision .at J3r. J. A, Smith, :- .a1 Farms. to build mine miles of
county physician, under the direction tax exemption applications \., was designated 100-foot highway along Lucy or
., of the county health unit and tax setucns: of Dade defense area An ....r. 18 by the Homestead Canal road to connect
and in .co-operation with the ON FARMS APR. 10 County taxpayers must be filed War Production Board which has Krone caw with Bayfront Park
by Thursday. Apr. I, to avoid
warmly endorsed by Mr. Bird
United States public heaJtbser I
authorized the ,construction of 25
Assessor
penalties Tax J. New
vice. I (Continued on Page Two)
houses for workers and
ton Lumrnus said this week. new war
Plan drawn by Architect: Clar. Expected importation early next City"tuma must be filed by families All military personnel.This .
nce / Farman for remodeling month of the first contingent of the same deadline Tax AssessorW. MAJOR C. GODWINIS
the building call for the expenditure Bahaman field workers will mark B. Caves said. means the lifting of the government -
of between $4.000 and $S- !the successful culmination of the Luromus emphasized that the ban on building supplies
000 to convert the structure into :IB-month fight for adequate farm filing of a personal property tax to permit houses to be built by I COMMISSIONED
modern medical'cUnlc.. ProvisIon ,labor in South Florida. The first return la mandatory on all persona !private capital.
\ win be made for separate reception group of 4,000 Nassau possibly who own household propertyand Official notification of the order
t.. treatment and rest rooms 'will be brought in by Apr. 10 that failure to file such a return :has been received by Mayor Tom LT.-COLONEL
for whites and negroes. under the terms of the agreement will result In a penalty of 1 Harris who said last night that
e. The county has on hand practically signed Mar. 18 on behalf of the U. 10 per sent of the tax. houses must meet FHA specifications - 0
;" all the material necessary S. Department of Agriculture by and must be built on electric, Official notice
f for remodeling needs, Mr. Bird Fred Morrell, assistant director of ,water and sewage lines. Such J of his
.' ..14Ja" night, and county,technicians the department' labor division, BEVO WEB RITES houses cannot be built for private promotion to
and mechanics will begin and W. I. Heap colonial secretary occupancy but only for rental on the rank of
1.. construction immediately upon Julian Brown of Montgomery I the FHA :,ba ls for the durationand I lieutenant -
approval of the War Production Ala., assistant regional director of HELDONmDAY six months after FIIA; estimates colonel was
Board. the FSA, and Paul Vander show that two-bedroom rtCCon
Special weakly Unlca for treat* Schouw, hea# .., the farm labor IN M. E. louse can be constructed for Mar 17 by
(Continued on Page Six). (Continued on Page Four) CHURCH$3,100 and a three-bedroom dwellIng Maj. Carl
for $3,000, he said t Godwin, basequartermas
Designation of Homestead as a r -
; Growers Win Class B Championship The business houses of Homestead critical area stems from action ter of the
I were closed Tuesday afternoon taken early in November by the Homestead army air base.IX .
Second Successive Year at State MeetThe while funeral services were city council and by military authorities Cola Godwin was awardedthe
t being held for Bevo, Webb prominent to have this section declared silver star medal for exceptional
''.;.1' -- Homestead merchant, who a defense area due to the bravery ,under fire in the I
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Homestead' Growers won Lott Mershon. Felix Bollard and died in James Archer Smith Hospital mounting housing demand of faml First World War. Then I corporal

aka the Class B basketball crown for Lanier Whitehead; centers Billy Sunday afternoon after I I (Continued on Page Two) (Continued on Page Six)
i. the second consecutive year when Forte and Harry Bishop; and short illness. The schools also
they defeated Greenville High guards Sullivan, Billy Jacobs, were dismissed early because of I
the funeral. Cause and Control of Avocado Scab
batketeera 52-28 on Saturday: : (Continued on,Page Tour) .
night In the 1InaI.m. of the state, Services were conducted In the
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\ .competition in Daytona Beach. First Methodist Church of Homestead I Is Topic of Bulletin by Dr. Geo. RuehleEDITOR'S
The Growers had previously tri Casualty Stations Vie by the Rev. O. Sewell Palmer
pastor of the church. Members -
umphed over Umatilla 48-11 on 1
Thursday and bad eliminated In Blood Donor Contest of the Homestead Rotary "NOn:: The following bulletin on the cause and
Haines City to the score of 33-14 i Club attended In I body. control of avocado scab written by Dr. Geo. D. Ruehle. plant
. ,;t'' Friday afternoon and the Tarpon Casualty. and first aid stations The pallbearers were Mayor T. pathologist in charge of the Subtropical Experiment Station at
Springs Sponger awe on Friday of Division One are competing in r J. Harris, Carl ed.... I bight a county-wide contest to enlist ,. W. X EhenoF.i* .$. Leb- Agricultural Experiment etaliool
donors to the Dade County Blood (Continued on Page Six)
For their brilliant showings latter
Scab is second In importanceonly jBirfaca. The ls especiallytrue
Flemoy Lott Jack Marshall and Bank...Dr. Carl F. Robinson division -
In the case seedling nursery -
to Cercospora blotch as a
.Billy Forte were placed on the att- supervise1, said yestaeday.Stations' Commission Takes Title tcaes.There .
'state team and Robert Sullivan Are entered In theeompeUUosi source of loss to the Florida avocado is a great variation In
was jthrea honorable jneatioa.la as of their enrollment To 18-Acre Park Toot ,grower, and on some varieties the susceptibility of avocado varieties
Saturday's fame la* was Mar.; II and a first and eerood /rt mar be the more Important to _It. Of those cultivasd -
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high scecer' with tin field goals pulse ot war bonds will be awarded -' Title tIaaI been taken by the of the two diseases. Losses commercially la Florida, the
and an* foul shot, and Marshal the two stations with the 'county to 18 acres at the corner caused by the disease result Lula to most severely affected andgenerally
placed ........ Although Greenmo greatest umber Of blood tenon 1 of Sedlaod Road and Coconut tram premature shedding of severely requires protective
1P was' conceded second beet us proportion to their membership. Palm Drive which after the war Infected young fruits reduction msesufS against scab wherever,
team* at the tournament, the Volunteer donors are asked to will be converted into tropical in grade of Infected fruits It Is grown in the state. Many Individual -
growers stare able to double get in touch with the nearest of I park The tract was formerly I reaching maturity, and the stunt seedling trees are likewise
'tneiiopponent**.scot easily.. '.the stations at Perrlne, Princeton owned by the Redland DistrictImprovement of tree growth brought about severely affected, but other
.The fees*.toou*,!6;! forward, Remand and Homestead. Association. lln' reduction of functional ,leaf f(Continued on Page four),

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;' NEGRO PRISONER 'Tests for Navy Officer Candidatesi Thursday Clinic Opened ATTENDING PRICE MEtnNOT----

Yesteray in PrincetonA I Luther L Chandlei eoJii'f.
i i To Be Given in Local High Schools: Commissioner Lamar Paxton *.3<
ADMITS ROBBERYOF
I -- I weekly clinic for negroes, to I;,1. W. Line are expected return,

For the purpose of discovering election each applicant must! be held each Thursday at 2 p. m. the Washington latter part D.of C.the week trod,

POST OFFICE I potential naval officer, test for J (a) Be a male citizen of the was opened yesterday at the have been attending a where they"
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Princeton Casualty Station |In the conference;
the navy college V-12 trainingprogram United States.b of the fruit and vegetable *
will-be given from V to ( ) Be morally and physically Chambers apartment building advisory
I committee to
Admission that he and an accomplice .: II a. IIFriday, Apr. I, In the qualified for this program, Including -i which has offered' the use of its partment of Agriculture the U. S. D.X
robbed the Homestead Homestead and Redland high a minimum of uncorrected quarter to the Dade County OPA. and the 5
( post office of 12 on Feb. 21 has I ichool Boys desiring to take I visual acuity of 18-20 for each health unit for this purpose. Tentative I I Vegetable price ceilings .wefS; '
made for
been made by William Otis Richardson this test should apply to the prlnI plans are being the
subject of '
II eye.c other consideration at
the clinic to be open > the
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22-year-old who
negro I cipals. The qualifications are: ) Be unmarried and agree toI ,Washington meeting. wr at
was sentenced Mar 15 by Judge (t) High school and preparatory I remain unmarried until commissioned days. :
Ben C. Willard in criminal court I school graduates who will have unless sooner released by Dr. A. L. Kentish was In chargeyesterday I I f
r' to three years In Ralford for robbery attained their 17th but not their the Navy Department.. and he was assisted I!I ty at a fraction of constructSr
l of an army officer' .home 20th birthdays by July 1. 1843, (d) Evidence' potential officer ,by Miss Virginia; D. Hines Mrs. I cost a nine-cotta stretch of IDoJ
here on the same night. regardless, of whether they are Qualifications, including appearance Eugene Euntafne, c I'k.ofrl :1[foot highway giving easy acces*'
Both Richardson and John H. now attending college.b and scholarship record .station, and Mrs. Gen to the county, park, Mr. Bird
Jones, 23, negro, who I* serving ( ) High school and preparatory Men now enlisted in any branchof Patrick represented the station I pointed out. It is estimated that
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two months on a burglary charge, school seniors who will be graduated the armed service,, including personnel. I I Sottlle'i share of building 00.14''
i' will be held for postal Inspectors by July 1, 1143 provided ; V-l V-5 V-7 reserves on Inactive : Each week a doctor, nurse and I would be u much as $395OMur
on completion of their sentences they will have attained their 17th status are NOT eligible to take clerical assistant will work at I but the road would Increase the"!
The poor haul of the thieveswas but not their 20th birthdays by this test.District. the clinic, assisted by membersof I value of his farm lands and make*
credited to Mrs. Wm. H. that date. i the casualty station. George I for their better drainage. |

Sykes nearby resident, ,who (c) Students who will have attained Governor Is Cooper, Princeton grower and'I Construction lot the proposed
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awakened by the sound of breaking their 17th but not their supply dealer was |road probably would require
glass when the prowler 20th birthdays by July 1. 1943,. Guest of Rotary ClubC. In securing the Instrumenta'i!;from 18 months to three yethtf
Mr.
forced entry, notified the police who do not hold certificate of area Mr*. Fontaine said yester i Bird said and< the county?*

before the .*af* could be broken griris ..ion If o IlL a secondary, T. Melton of Lake City, Rotary day. :costs$21,000 could share be of the buildltul
open. I w-fTO but vrmVa Fnot continuingtheir district paid an official spread equally
governor that
er period;
educatto'n'IR an accredited visit to the Homestead Rot- i i
; Train Causes Cox Death college or university.Furthermore I ary Club and was guest speakerat ROAD TO BAY {I.

Is Verdict of Inquest I to be eligible for the Wednesday luncheon. Mr. 25 NEW HOUSES
Melton went from here to Key (Continued from Page One)
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{{ That Albert L. Cox 84, came Lt. Loy Is ProtestantChaplailofrmy Island City Rotarians as the Initial unit of such a proJ-I. (Continued from Page One)*

y{ to his death under the wheel of: Base ect. Mr. Sottlle'i proposition contingent .lie of military; personnel, 'Ovrf.
I the northbound Florida East I upon the county' agree-1 seal highway employees'and farh(
Coast train which passed through! First Lt. Kavanaugh :A. Loy County May Sponsor ment to provide\ $21,000 worth of and other civilian workers Th(
: steel culvert for the wad, wa acute shortage' if
Goulds at 10:30: on the night of has been appointed Protestant WPA SeamstressesPlans qUarters 'tiete
{ Mar. 17, was the finding of acoroner's chaplain of the Hornestcfcd army deferred for further consid'ration hat forced some worker to.1Ka
jury at the Inquest Wed- air base.Chaplain. -* for a reclamation center by the county commission after far away a* Coral Gables. *,
.' night in the office of it had won approval of Commitsloners Council co-operation In necur--
Justice of toy, who was transferred where women released w the N. P. Lowrey and Hugh I I Ing additional housing
the Peace S. L. Kendrick. was bbtaitov
here from
Wiipcrary duty shut-down of WPA sewing
rooms Peters and County Engineer Had-
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s There were no eye witnesses ta In Washington D C:, bras pastor could mend and sew for the I'' by Councilman Ben Morris.
er at Tuesday's meeting of the I who has chairman
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sgrved of
the but Cox's {
tragedy mangled for six years of the Methodist armed forces and the general
commission.
: body was found on the tracks Church in |committee composed of Mayoi '
Brandenburg Ky. He public are being worked out by
Acceptance of the road building j Tom Harris and
Henry Broekor.
/ at Goulds early on the morning I I. a graduate of
Asbury Collegein Chairman
Commission Preston B.
of Mar. 18. offer will\ secure for the coun- Jr., to work out this rublem4
F Kentucky and of the chaplains'
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Bird.Machines
school fit Harvard. can be obtained from

i% Driver Robbed of $19 1. the WPA Mr. Bird said, and by Air Base Competes With 36th Street;;$
levying a small charge the recla-
3 By Two Armed Negroes Mrs. P. B. Edwards Dies
mation center can be put cu a Airport in 4-Week Military Contest
At Home in Macon, Ga. self-sustaining basis. ,
,\ J. H. Richardson driver of a ,.
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produce truck for Roy Sample oft The death of Mr*. P. 'B. Edwards Family Cow Inspection Personnel of the Homestead 25 officer drawn by lot from?
I Homestead and Columbia S. C.. 88, mother-in-law of 'Mrs I army air base and the 36th it the winning field will be guesta
y was attacked and robbed of $11 B. H. Edwards of Florida City and Urged As Health GuardMore air base in Miami both units of of the losers"at berbeoue.f 4'
a by two negroes Wednesday shortly grandmother of Mrs.: Henry the air transport command, are the successful: bate
after midnight in the colored Brockets Jr.. of Homestead, occurred rigid inspection of -privately competing in a four.week military awarded a handsome loving.oap.;
quarter of Homestead where hey unexpectedly last week at owned cows as a public courtesy and discipline contest donated by Col. C. E. Shankle add"
y was looking for a helper. her home In Macon, Ga. She visited health safeguard was advocatedthis which began the. first of CoL Wm. D. Plummer comnsaro-
The negroes, Fletcher Smith here several winters. week by Commission Chairman March. At the close of the third Ing officers of the 36th sU" '
and Jimmy McQueen were apprehended I Other survivors Include a son, Preston B. Bird who recom- round, the tally shows the local Homestead field, respectively.] '
Immediately by Constable J. W. Edwards of Miami, who mended that County VeterinarianJ. base trailing 78 point 'l
J. M. Scarborough and after went to Macon fr the lUnersl. H. Yarborough b. given extended A weekly inspection trip b
It a hearing Thursday afternoon I duties SERVICES ,HELD IN CAMP] ',
I and an Increase in midi without warning by an' official '"
1 before Justice of the Peace S. L. : ROOM CLOSED SUNDAYS. his $1,500 annual salary. of the Miami Beach Officer Church service ire. being 1:0 '
1 Kendrick, they were bound over I Since there will be a widespread ;Training School whose identity ducted at the Redland Labor 1
to criminal court on a charge of I Beginning Mar. /128 the Red usage of raw milk from cows I I. Known only to the commander ply Center each Sunday afternoon -
armed robbery. ", Cross mending room at I S. Flagl bought by families to eke out of the two bases. Each baseis at J::30 by the Rev. O. StIrell -/
l eve, will be closed on Sun food supplies, Mr. Bird pointedout graded upon errors in military Palmer of the First 'Methodisf
,days. Jt Is operated serve service careful Inspection will be courtesy discipline dress policing Church of Homestead. Mr. Palm
Florida Will Give Free men stationed 'at the Homestead necessary to guard againsttuber grounds, etc.Approximately j er haL been responsible for camp

:. Cholera Serum for Hogs army air base cular, or undulant lever infection. 100 men and worship service since Mar Hj|
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q virus by submitting signed application -
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I board In Tallahassee.
tI 0 Details of the plan were, worked REDLAND BRAND
out at a conference earlier In the FERTILIZERSj
.,I week with County Agricultural ; I
Agent Chu. H. Steffanl and Dr.
, ; J. H. Yarborough, county veterlnarlan. . ;
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News of the death of Wm. R. : .
Frick at his home In Follannbee, Consult us about your fertilizer. requirements ,: i "
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morning by his brother. Oeo til. "
Frick of Homestead. Death occurred for the coming year. _
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Friday i March: 26, 1943 _HOMESTEAD_LEADER: AND ENTERPRISE __Pace_ Three

I rented the Brockett cottage on W. \V Severy ill at his home Mr,and Mrs Frank basso will

8th at.The. on Broadway. move next week to the r.

Brockets cottage on tth .... which
In and Jtround Infant son of Mr. and Mr*.I Minuel Smith left Monday for they have purchased.Mr .
Charles Lee I II 1U at his home. Sail City, Oa., where N will visit

relative B. Hamilton and Mill Peggy *
: Mia Helen Schroeder was a Demcre of Chokoloskee..
Homestead guest Sunday of Mr*. K. H. Wor- )Ira. W. L. Tladale will return week-end guest of Mrs !artGoodin
ley, manager of Royal Palm State Sunday after a week'svisit, with ,.
Park. I relatives in Montgomery.
1 Mr. and Mrs. J. DeMello and
".Mr*. B. M. Hindman and ion daughter-in-law, Sgt. and Mr*. Mrs. I* E. Forsyth visited Mrs.i Mr*. J. T. Green will have family of Homestead are occupying : .
W. McLeod of Miami last week. charge of the Free Methodist the Lowenthal cottage on lib
lernard, left Saturdayafternoon I
Harry Roach, In the Jesse Cowman
or Indiana where they will visit I I Church services Sunday, st.
house, will leave for her Mrs. C. Krammerer of Miamiwas I
Mr*. Hindman'e sister, Mrs. W. H.Christy ,
in Evansville and her home) the last of the week. a Saturday guest of Mn.
rather, A. W. Smith, In Indian- John Zeller and Mr*. H. Baum.
COLORED HELP
poll During their absence, The Rev. R. E. Hasting returned WANTED
Glenn Schroeder la ill at his
Paul Ik "
Worlejr, new coach at
Homestead High School, ia staying home Monday from Del- home. Helen Schroeder has recovered ABLE BODIED MEN OR WOMEN
with Mr. Hindman. ray Beach where he conductedthe from her recent illness.

'.' singing for a revival meeting Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Smith and Good Pay Steady Jobs.
'Mrs. O. R. Brown who has been He was accompanied home by his
family of Crow City Lake, Fla.
vlaitlng her on-ln-Uw and daughter brother-in-law, Cecil Stuart, who
are living In one of the Dixon
Mr. and Mr*. OUn Wright, had been visiting relatives apartment. HECTOR SUPPLY CO.
was called home by the death BrooksvlUe.
early in March of her father,
Mr. and Mr*. W Angelina and 1801 N. W. MIAMI COURT
Mrs. Charles
Judge A. G. Harris of McDon. Behrens returnedto
daughter Lillian will move to
ough, Ga. Judge Harris would Princeton on Monday from .
the Cohernour cottage 11th t
have been M year old on Mar. Holla, Mo. where aha witnessed next week. on NNWivov
IS. Mrs. Brown I II now visiting the marriage of her daughter, the
at sister, Mn. Ja*. Fry, In-!:tit loaner -Mus- Lois- Behmu, to
Palatka. I Chaplain James Franklin Me-
Crary. Chaplain and Mr*. Me-
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Mr*. E. U Stream, mother: of Crary are now In Los Angeles.
Mrs, Eugene Fontaine, hag'.gone
to, Atlanta to, be with another Mr: .and M.....'Roy Moates of
daughter; Mrs..T.;M. Clapp,whose Arcadia and their daughter, Carol
ton, Lt. Thomas Clapp pilot, if Anne, are guest this week of Mr.
reported'by the navy to be mlt*> and Mr*. Robert Glenn-Jr. Mr. . ...
ana since Feb 11. .Moatess .who 1* a brother of Mr*. ..
Glenn 1* an Instructor at Dorr
.. Field. \\
Mn. Gerondo J. Roman was .
called to Glllesple 111., last week "
Mrs. Basil Coode arrived last
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by the death\! of her step-father,
from
Robert C. Brown. Friday Cherryvllle N. C., to
visit her uncle and .aunt, Mr. andMrs.
\ S. S. Beam.FLORIDA.
Mr*. Eva Collins spent the
week-end in West Palm Beach noudA
a* a guest of her ion, Lt. Tom CITY
Collins who I* commanding! officer By Warrens ReveryMrs. E \t
of the medical detachmentat b1
the Breakers Hospital,
Edith Tamblyn; underwentan
operation this week at the /
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The Rev. Leonard S. Mowryreturned Kendall hospital.
Wednesday morning to : ... I' .
his home in Daytona Beach aftera Mr. and Mrs. C? M. Joiner of :1' ._ J I .
brief visit here with his ;
mother 1t
Homestead and son. Charles, have . Somewhere on a distant !
Mrs. M. A. Mowry, and other
I l relative battlefront bombs crash ', .

L. "d:ti on a vital enemy target. . an attack 'il:.
Am CONDITIONED ,
> Mr. and Mr* William of ;, '
Miami were guest Saturday at ROLLER SKATEIN Ing column penetrates an enemy
the home of Mr and 'Mr*. J. R. I position . depth charges crush
Byrum.Dr.; COMFORT
e another Axis submarine . a
r .. B'een. I .null., fits to II iH r. M. ."J.I fm.
A. L. rector of I convoy is run through to an )
St. John's Episcopal Church is Aa.1.ke .... .. is ,
I .& portant base . American boys
serving as a substitute mathematics I
instructor at {Homestead i Venetian many of th trained. in '
High School. / ...
I Skating Rink Florida are paving the I\4 vI

Mr*. J. B. Roach of Huntington I long road to Victory with 'L
W. Va, who has spent three,I flit *. "'i.TIIo A... "1a.1 ,-; .
I valiant deeds. .
week here with her son and \\\1
.1 Perhaps only. few, months

: ago you chatted with them on
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1 I the train or entertained them in

your home. Then they were

I gone. and\others came. "X-J-,1'/,

Today thousands of our na .j* rc% \

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Florida training for ft
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6. They are riding on our railroad

.. spending brief weekend leaves Incur

cities and towns writing the folks ........

back home impressions of Florida that . .

will linger long after the last gun is fired.

These are the "Heroes of Tomorrow" II

upon whom the preservation of all that

w. hold dear depends. May they carry

with them pleasant memories of this land '4

of sunshine palms and flowers to which L

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-u..t *w uiuBUBJORIC Tfc* greatest money raising press- releases of the federal '0.,.

. LEACH 'IeIIDfi campaign the world's history ernment.
;b MMueiw CdMotaflAT '' Berlstt 40*tUcil &1Vltommot will be launched Apr. 17 when livfar
WmcW.fi to AwartAat[ as sa5ex vrlsrrgcop w a a. veer, Folks who from the .,.
y rftCKUIgOIfISIS. AREAS O. FOPr TC WHea PA97WRMeeuw rf+Ni is7D the treasury department open
, ..... ...... sae MANy'lolrete.el0at'7wst4a xowt oaoW AND TOY the second war low dl'lto atore11" now authorized to apply
Qulwcvrwna.a.masanwenraaaeet waresv emoe' for extra canned
goods fisherman
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*a t s e $13,000,000,000 In three
8u.1C1lrn SATHO forest rangers, men at .

W..I.c. eaftatA.r.; :NJ.: : wee 111. the logging like. camps, missionaries and

The average daily rate of war

sand: .. ao -.I. ele..an spar expenditures reached a new highIn And farmers who hire extra
at (" "ftV* M February six billion dollars, hands for planting and harvestIng t
r:=..:,. Florid. .d.-the Ml ftUnk -
) .. 1S7S. more than twice thoM of February along with other seasonal employers .
can apply to the ration
a year ago. board for temporary Increases' la
A Fireside ChatBy their rationed foods.
There may be less meat on the

Annie Ms>hew FKipaAricfe I I Home Front, but turkeys-will be Extensive improvements art
One of the pit /antes things I J64.00QOOOMIieS R plentiful-37,000,000.by far the under way in Tennessee to pro- '.

knowIs or WIM Axe "f..ru ARE APPROIf1MAvetY I Z 000 largest crop of gobblers ever duce alcohol from wood, a pro-
going to sleep in the rosy glow ppooocro ACM YEAR 'f'''*T6 IN A U'.fr"'RMYTA"" NOT grown. cess developed in Germany. Val., :.
Of a dying fire. Over the ceiling I FOR or VARIOUS uses CAN COUNTING: ANt RADIO e.lsllee; viable information about the
GINS
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'.! Distorted shadr>-.w go wavering I. IEOVMt9 And WPB hilt removed restrictions method has been obtained from
ReelingThis 'on manufacture of lids and German refugees.
and that, ever slower ---,-
way I II rubber Jar ring so the housewives -
and slower petioles, and the bark of twigs are may increase their home Exams will be given for army;
As the fraying lames sink lower AVOCADO SCAB more elevated, somewhat darkerin I canning activities this year.The specialized training and the navy ,
and lower
color, and art oval to elongatein I '- college training programs at high
A sentence shrinks to a monosyllable shape. I office of war information schools throughout the nation

i 1 (Continued from l'oge' One) On fruits the spots are at first has eliminated more than 42,000-I April Z. These will bs the last for .
{ In confidences spillableBetween that are only seedlings show a high degree* of raised, circular to oval In shape 000 publications and unnecessaryas month to come.
: resistance the disease. Varieties dark brown I
to and art purplish I'
old friends in the Intimate '
light of moderate susceptibility include brown in color. They art scattered the bloom buds begin to open 4,000 BAHAMANS :
Of a dying fire on a winter's Fuerte, Nobel, Booth8, or may coalesce to form extendedirregular Usually the'latter part of Janu
Trapp, Taylor am* WlAslowsom areas A* the fruits enlarge -
. night.CURRENT. Protective fungicides applied1 to the surface of the spots I ary.No.. 2' During the last of the (Contlnued-; ; Page One)
; trees of these varieties ton, the gradually becomes covered with main bloom period when many supply section. are expected to go
control of Cercosporo blotch' usually cracked or fissured brown scar 'small fruits have set This is usually to Nassau late this week to arrange -- "
;: hold scab infection In check. tissue", that fungous tissue having I from the middle of February recruiting, and four FSA re- '
However, h of these varieties more or less completely",weath I to the first of March. clutters and a nurse will be sent ',
, : COMMENT are plan close to a ered away by the time the fruit No. 3' One month after No. 2, 'later. -
By AGNEW WELSlf source of infection such a* scab completes Its normal develop when all the fruK has set duringa Some applications ere being received \
, by seedling or Lola trees then dl. ( ent. The' spate do not penetrate normal season. now by USES Representative
--- sease may build up sufficiently through the rind of tnf fruit and W. R. Bird for aaham-
11I_. II.... Mr. W bk._ ..> tit produce considerable scab the eating quality f. not impaired, No. 4 This Four to six weeks after one to work in local citrus grove
.. No. }.
--II is "o..a.. application serves to
tt r k' hi MTMM | er M mrbuMwWl blemish on the fruit before the although the black spot eJtl.nI.m control early Cercospora Infect- this summer, he said fast night
kk vel'leM. AWfM ....al- sprays to control blotch are applied. (Colletotrichum gloeosporio The labor importation will make 1
_tlMM to *mw Wbk, SU M. LNit ton and usually; Is applied frorn
des Pens) not Infrequently finds possible as much as 49 per1cent
...... Miami. FMk I May 1 to May 15.
Varieties that are only slightly access to the flesh through cracksin increase) In Dade County winter I
The president of the Puerto affected by scab or are highly re scab blemishes, and causes decay I I No. S Four tosi.. weeks after vegetable' planting next season
Rico farmers' association said sistant' include: Fuchsia, Poflotlt .of the mature,fruits, No. 4, for control, of Cercospora It It predicted 1>1' luther' LJ
while in Miami that their lands Booth 1, Waldln Itzamna,. Linda blotch and late scab infection. Chandler who initiated' a n*
were unfitted for any crop except and Colllnson. Ordinarily. then ; CONTROL I Occasionally very late scab in- fought for the plan. CongressmanPat
sugar cane. With our own require no ipeciat control measures Scab can be controlled satisfactorily fection will occur on the fruit Cannon has given: yeoman
r Hawaiian production, the probable for protection of the fruit By the proper use of copper and the fall flush of foliage This service toward obtaining the labor
renewal of the Philippine output against scab. Varieties recently funclctdal sprays. Bordeaux ,is usually due to the presence of supply and the aid of Sen. Claude
Cuba prodding us hard to take Introduced or grown very little In mixture 0-6-100 and wettable cu.:\I unsprayed seedlings In the grove .pepper was enlisted recently.;
r notice of theirs, and our own beet commercial groves have not been I prows oxide H4-100 have proved ,|I which serve as centers of Infection All Nassau' laborers will be more
and cane sugar-output, it make i ftbserved sufficiently for classification ' about equally effective: In tests from which wind-borne than II years old; according to the
f what Ik* calls a "sweet mess". at to scaT resistance. conducted for the past four years I,,spores reach fruit which has' lost announcement by Food Administrator -
a Appearance and Causal Factors I at |the (1SubtropicalExperiment much of its protective spray Claude Wickard and they

i Old King Cotton has again : Avocado scab' is caused by amicroscopic Station Indications are that cer- !:through weathering.. Rather than will be paid prevailing wage rates
come Into his own. A stray copy fungue- (Sphacelo- tain other "fixed" Copper sprays ,apply a sixth spray, it le probably which art approximately 30 cent
t of a paper published at York S. ma peneae Jt'nkl"'r.,which is ':will also give effective control: more practical to spray the an hour in this area. Many
C., quoted i'spof cotton at 21Hc. I carried over from one Seasontothe If applied properly. |[seedlings even though they are farmers will supply housing accommodations ,,'
t Not so long ago' growers were next on leaf infections. When I I' The chief advantage of using ,without fruit, or to topworlf them for their labor
struggling to get a third of that I moisture and temperature, conditions cuprous oxide Instead dJf bordeaux Ito standard varieties.On crews and tent cities will be set
} price. are favorable, the fungus I is that less 1* deposited I i bearing Lula and susceptible up only as necessary.
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I readily Infects the young succulent (land consequently (scale, seedling avocado trees with About 2,000 laborers In the first
Aviation is expanding. One tissues of avocado leaves, !development is 1_. This Is an'practically no holdover scabby 'contingent will be employed in thtOkeeehobe -
concern Is asking for a franchisefor twigs and ,fruits forming the important point for consideration'on )leaves, and to clean up infection region. They will
a Boston-to-Moscow route, via characteristic scab lesions in the lower east coast of Florida I on moderately susceptible* varieties sleep in army tent* eat in meal
London 5,000 miles in It hours- which it grows and produces Its where dictyospermum scale with considerable holdover halls, and use kitchen utensilsoand
London In 14, Paris and Amster- reproductive bodies or spores"The I (Chry.omphalus dIe t 1 eJ' p.r- scabby leaves, they following mesa kits furnished by- the
I dam an hour later. spores are spread to other parts jmi Isidertrble a 9 of the tree or to other trees by injury to avocado trees. .tame fungicide as In ScheduleNo. by FSA officials and military
I!On tht other hand, the absence! ,
wind rain and !
Some men grab opportunity a. dew-drip possibly authorities. Moreth.n 1,000 '1'8
of readily visible residue afterapplying'
it comes upon them, others make b1 Insects. Leaves are most susceptible -( cuprous oxide makes It 1 During the first bloom expected ta be employed by: the
to infection. In the very : : period when fruit is United State
it as do the Inventors and' Indus ;difficult to check on thoroughness just beginning Sugar Corporation
trialists. If they had waited for early stages of growth smd--become to set. 111 the sugar cane harvest which
which la essential to
it to come to them, perhaps longer entirely rftl l.nMb-1he!I jot success coverage in spraying for control of I No. 2 Four to five weeps after bar been- threatened by that domestic
time the leaf tissues harden
delayed would have been Cyrus \scab Whichever fungicide Is *ellected I No. 1, when practically an of the worker shortage. Nassau
W. Field's telegraph Instrument, fruits are extremely susceptibleto it Is necessary that the application 1 fruit has set during a< normal labor slaw will bar used to help
Infection after the :I ,
Henry Ford's autos, the Wright just petals of blooming season pick 11.* acre of mixed Vegetable
be
spray timely and
brothers' flying machine, Titos. 'progressively fall, and although more they resistant become as ,thorough, and the skilj of the man No.3 Four to "si* week after *' hit the Pompano section,
A. Edison's: electric I! and 15,000 of tomatoes
light or Ott- acres
the No. 2 for the
mar Mergenthaler's hey develop, they do not acquire handling spray gun will determine acId'IIfnoot of ammd Fort tierce
type-setting
immunity until very late in the In no small measure the early Cercospor Infection.No. .
machine. e e e summer when they have reached success of the operation. Furthermore I 4 Four t* lilt week after GROWERS
well over half their normal de the equipment must be adequate. I No. 3 for control of Cercospor WINCcmtfnoerrwtTpa !
A Gallup poll covering all velopment.Individual. Tall trees require high I and late scab infectia.
slates showed Vice President and special I I Regardless of which schedule ( ; One j
*jk>" on leaf Wader pressures guns or Is ** ) ,
Wallace as Democratic preference generally are less than one-eighth. spray towers for complete coverage followed during the season, scale Arnold Mcllwain afttf Sant BlondotTher :- '
for presidential candidate, but inch' In diameter and are purplish of the tops. (insects may be expected to to* Grower aver coached by Y
taken with an "If-if President A schedule to be followed crease considerably Pan tV Worl. . tight 'J
brown to dark brown m Color gr spray I( a* remit of ,, coach for
Roosevelt does not choose to ran fading to crojlsh brown with age for scab control In a particular the spray residue end It h advisable year at Perry wIMrr. fie produced'
-and don't you wish you knew grove should take into consideration to apply oil slate r
They penetrate the leaf become I I an emulsionas la championship veanr.As
the answer, or do you? Otherswho visible on both sides and event.. the relative' amount of hold- soon as possible after tla"_- > a gtsrarf'of ipprtttatlott for :t
"also ran" were McNutt ually the centers may fall away, over scab spots on the foliage of the. fetmrt splendid sflowmfi '}
Byrne and Douglas.. . levying small, Irrrgtrhtr holes,.the previous season and the relative emulsion I Romttteetf business men art plane Jfll1l11f

fringed with gnu I 14 h brown tissue.In frequency and duration of I II cent actual oil should be those a dinner or some ether fora
The Miami area has almost cases of ser .w infection the rainy periods during the critical I toughly: applied at high present*! ,of rmognifktff for that eager; Prim r;
20,000 men in the armed service leaves become i.*. 'u-sly distortedand time of Infection. On bearing LuIs to all above-flroand part of the I clpat B. J( fflndmae? said yester* ,
o-lf.234 as of Mar. I, or one stunted. Into tons may take I and highly susceptible 'i tree to avoid serious.sealer dam- :day person desiring to contrite o!
fourteenth of Its population. The place on either rurf.icc of the-leaf ling avocado trees with an .... ate to this are asked to get ta 14
several branches of service wererepresented dance of holdover scabby teed-I' Nursery trees of
but on the underside they are con- I susceptible touch with W R. BlrdTThf f
as follows: army, fined! mainly to. the mMrlb and and during wet smsoiu, he I seedlings can be kept fairly free : Homestead boys because of ,1
1S.20S; navy, 4.8711 marine corps,' vela. Spots on the wins, leaf lowing scheoVM b suggested for. I of scab with a- worthwhilegain outstanding sportsmanship-*
T82; coast guard SSI. The balance Florida' condition I ft size by occasional. application general. good behavior a* well *s '4
between enlisted men and drafted I SCHEDULE A :of one of the ,recommended copper excellent team work were general \
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men was nearly on a level. powers an hundred fold; from (Using either bordeaux mixture fungicide combined with f I,favorite* of flue asset
a e a the Infer yielding pulp: to those 6-4-100 plus an efficient per cent oil tee emulsion It It fir stUtftorf. to Coactti WorteyV ',i
Grapefruit are at their best requiring a grub-hosv figuratively er or wettable cuprous .eprlld-I especially I Important to. keep the the teen was aeeompanfed
now and range from the seedless speaking to extract the pulp pounds to 100 gallons of I new flusher ot leave paeteetsd ,X,8UeUMsra ssrt Frank 1-Mallk'
Marsh to those with reproductive that leave an acrid ...... No. t Delayed dormant spray during period bf rainy, weHnef. wainv :
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WOMAN'S CLUB TO CONSOLIDATE GSO RULES EXPLAINED I ENLISTED MEN WILL BE GUESTS TONIGHT J

""'., "" WITH SENIOR ORGANIZATION IN APRIL BY Local TJ8O regulations DIRECTOR for WARD the Girls' r AT VARIETY PROGRAM IN USO BUILDING I

Service Organization( art being ;.

wThe Junior Woman's Club ofl dendorf, employee of Part American worked out USO Director W. L A variety program tat enlisted an entertaining demonstration of
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omestead; active sine 183& In Miami; Mrs. Roberta Harrison D. Ward said this week. men win be (tvdt Id the DSO sleight-of-hand at the dance giv.
civic and welfarework, will be member of the WAAC; Miss The 080 1* a national organization clubhouse at o'clock this evening enFriday evening by the Wom
merged with the senior group tor Birdie Horne, member of the affiliated with the USO an's cruD of Homestead. The appearance
/ April it 'wa' agreed, unanimously I WAVES;, and Mn Triad1 Short; for the purpose of promoting by memberstof Homestead of Mr. John and Chief '
it the eighth annual business, who has moved to North Caro wholaeom activities IK military 'Presbyterian Churcn. Community of Police H. Leslie Qulcg of MI.amI. -
meeting held Monday evening at: lina. Inducted Into the senior club communities, h* explained. Ordinarily 'I singing, solos by wen known artists .1 who could not give Ms ventriloquism
its home of Mrs. Stanley Witt last year were Mrs. E.: 'A/ Buchanan ,:* members are from It I from the all' base and novelty performance because or
l topy Mrs. J....L. Bird, Mrs R. E. to 30 ,* oM, but membership dance win be featured. The lOre throat was arranged by
7. The low of member because of' Sherard, Mrs. F. B. Green, Mrs applications of girl of 17 will be program will be followed by County Commissioner Preston.
war and defense work and by Robert Glenn, Jr, Mn. Oxford. given careful consideration by the dancing and refreshments wilt b*' Bird. Mrs E. A. Buchanan, general
promotion to" the senior club, and Miss Pearl Whitaker. local USO office. Younger girls served. chairman of the dance, was
made the consolidation advisable, The Junior Woman's Club has ar* not eligible for membership, After the Thursday evening be- assisted by Mrs. J'u. L. Bird Mrs
? Mrs. Augustus Wynn, presidentof raised $200 for a clubhouse buildIng but can attend USO parties by ginners' dancing class, women of Henry Ruegg, Mrs. H.. O. Cron-'
the junior group, sold yester-i fund and has purchasedSl.OOO special invitation when accompanied the Stored Heart Church pre- wall, Mrs.Arthur Gude, Mrs. Chris
dsy. Member who have gone worth of equipment which is being by chaperones. sented a unique program. Cakes, Peterson; Mrs. Walter WHw, Mr*.
elsewhere are: Mrs. Harold Oxford rented to the USO, Mrs, Wynn r Only members of the GSO or of coffee and fruit punch were Adrian Jacobs, Mrs. W. E. D.
,, navy employee at Miami,! said. These will be added to the organizations sponsoring parties served by the hostesses, and dancing Ward, Mrs. L. L. Field, Mrs. B.
Mr.*. Amy Home Sanders, nurse' asset of the senior group upon are expected to attend USO functions WM enjoyed until 10:30: p. m. E. Vihlen Mrs. Lawrence Pope
at Kendall; Mrs. Marguerite consolidation of the two clubs I Mr. Ward said, although to The regular weekly USD! dance and Mrs. Bird. The contingent of
a Turner, employee at the navy The Junior women also producedan meet unusual situations provision was held Tuesday evening.L girls from Perilne was thnper
yard In Charleston; Mrs. Ted 01- annual cabaret. .is .made for..emergency guest, F. Jahn of Miami presented oned by Mn. Van Wolfe. .
( cards for out-of-town visitor or I, -

I ;VICTORY ROLL CALL AND MARCH EXHIBIT occasionally USO ( parties.for GSO younger girls girls.should At I CPL. JACK CRANE, NEW YORK SCULPTOR, I

SLATED TODAY BY DEMONSTRATION CLUB wear Identifying rlbbons| which I I TO TEACH MODELING TO LOCAL ART GROUP :
are obtained at the door and de-
-- posited at the desk upon leaving I .
The Home Demonstration Victory resentatlve; "How Can I Help!" Advance arrangements may be CpL Jack Crane of the Homestead

Roll Call a national program by Mrs. J. D. Perkins,, membership made with the USO office so army air base, New York artists'

tor enlisting every housewife in chairman; "What* Can We that girls can have these Identifying sculptor and painter, will meet!I,
Do About Gardens by (Mrs. Adrian badges at their first party.
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raising more food for family use, Jacobs, garden chairman Non-member Monday evening with a group of \
; may be given plain month. Work
class two nights a
will be presented at tit: a. m. "Let's Keep on Canning" by Mrs cards Identifying them as visi Homestead Art Club members Interested will begin at 7 o'clock.
Friday at the meeting 'of the Ceo. N. Wakefield, canning chairman In modeling. Because of
Homestead group |Ala the Future ; "Fight on the Food Front"by tors.Simple rules of conduct for GSO gas rationing members of Anyone Interested la Invited to
Farmer clubhouseThe Mrs. A. I* Burgreen, food girl and Visitors at ITSO1 affairs many attend.
cltro't annual March ex. chairman; "It AH Begins at Home"by will be discussed' at an early date the club will be unable to attend.
ilblt! of canned foods, baked Mn. R. E. Edwards, home Improvement with the girl, Mr. Ward said. The group will use as a studio consolidated mat of the Hoseaarmy -
Foods, clothing! home furnishings, chairman: "Be the the P. J. Franklin garage buildingat steed1 air base under the
" undcra* o4 flowery wilt: beheld Boss"' by Mrs It / Hester, home HOMESTEAD-P. T A. NAME 11 N. W. Second,, tq formerly direettott of Sgt. D. D. Hender
.', there of tn* soma Ome. management chairman; "0011\' NammATllVG' COMMITTEE lined)' Of a warehouse i hy Smith- son,. mess officer. Everything woo
. The Victory Coll program will ing and the War-Effort" by Mr. Principal B. M. Hindman, Mrs Grave Furniture Co.This "oi. the ton**". The Mat femturr
be Introduced with a talk, "What Jack Polk clothing chairman. Jos. Nesbitt and Mrs. Wm. Neeley studio and supplies will be of tM evening wo* prwentattoitof
the Call If,.a. Mrs Cart Anderson An member and friends of the were named orf the nominating I the flow how of the Sheldon
president Other discussion clutr are invited to the meetingby committee of the Homestead P. T.' PRIVATESPXETT" GIVEN Hotel of Hollywood..
\ will be "Who' Are Neighborhood! Mrs Anderson who state It. *t a meeting held Wednesday BT ARM Ala BASE MESS Wo non-coms or officers were
Leaden and Row Should They that valuable information win be afternoon'. A party par"private Miry" was prevent with the exception fit
Help in the Campaign: ,by Mr.. fiver* for helping M the home 1 The Rev; Marvin ". Murphy of given en Friday evening by the _squadron cominanUer
C. E. Elchenberger, council rep food production campaign. Homestead Presbyterian Church

mad, the opening prayer and
COUNTY MOTOR CORPS DEAD, po music was furnished by the gram

TO VISIT LOCAL BRANCH The Calendar i mar school band. Emma: Jane THe
Rives in a red, whit and blue
Mrs. J. A. Lyden of Miami, captain I
military costume
of the Dade County Red Cross Mar. 26-Meeting of Princeton gave a military

Motor Corps will speak at a meeting Casualty Station- dance.Attendance Poly DIXIE DRUG s=-
1 of the, homestead branch In Mar Presbyterian Church prizes were won by .
Mr*. J. G. Wynn' room and Mrs.J. .
the Chamber of Commerce build USO party. R. Rutland's room. Phones 3* and nil
ing Tuesday night, Mar. 30, at S Mar. 2 -Meeting of Art Club's
o'clock, announce Mrs Carl Godwin modeling class at 7 p< m. Mrs.
Lloyd Field hostess
chairman. Mar. 30-Meeting of Red Cross was
Monday evening to the Jennie
All applicants for membership Motor Corps In Chamber of Commerce
Lobdell Circle of the W. M. S.After .
and others Interested are asked to building at B p. m. ,
brief
a business meeting,
attend this meeting. Mar. 31-.'Meeting of HomesteadFirst I
Miss Lobdell conducted the studyof
Aid Post.
the devotional book, Th
MRS. THOMPSON TO TEACH Apr. Meeting of Redland Presence of Jesus",
SECOND ,CANNING COURSEA First Aid Post. WE
Apr, Meeting of South Dade 4drin
new canning class Under the Garden Club in Woman's Club ;,mw'Aii Pkgx ao
instruction- of Mrs. Walter Thompson building.
will begin at t o'clock Saturday -
Apr. Meeting of Homestead
morning at her horn on B. P. W. C. in Red Cross rooms. PROVIDENTLOAN .C A
Tennessee Road. Members Of therecently Apr WJSCS.. study meet- I' S
completed canning classand 1 v l' t"Ft CHfORip'l
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new enrollees ... urged to VITAMIN
Apr. Meeting of Neighborhood Alld
COMPANY
attend tomorrow's cIa...
Club at home of Mn. Clayton $1JMe .nwouuer essential l
The classJost closing put up Cooper. # he ,
nearly 300 take sr.fe $139
'of Jewelry ewoziffic
aauer kraut, corn, pineapple soup Apr. 12-Meeting Monday
Music Club with Mn. Howard
mixture I carrots,
grapefruit, Watches Silverware
orange juice, chicken, and various Tohnson
vegetables.The i I Confidential Courteous
classes are under the rural I .
war production training program i HOMESTEAD Service
which cneounrge the conserve- ,
t tlon of hem grown food hi order I It FLORAL SHOP We Abe Buy and Pay ftlinest
to avert a food shortage. Prices for Diamonds and she tifce/s M.AtheletedCOUGH

can furnish Jewelry

;' MAXINE WALKER OBSERVES I Flowers for every occasion PHONE SYRUP

i BIRTHDAY ANNIVERSARY erne ISV *jf. M
.i MaxineWalker was hostess on Hours ft* *, week days 2-3268
i Sunday afternoon at party t < to I 31 a. m Sunday cent raters SPF914IS

: marking her ninth birthday inf I except In cane *f funerals. 39 N. MIAMI AVE. Reaetl rwro.idre ke Sow
,nlverury In gameand contest
f\ features the prize were MRS. L P. McLEAX. Prop. calash aed cold shed cos Sale
Jean Bernecker. Marjorie Ta.I\I Miami, Florida
;T rwasYi seat iA ,sag r.eseera
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young [guest :wen'
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Elaine Bernecker, Ennl- everybody with a iotUt ."
Joyce
Joyce Walker Geraldine Douber. M spar ma sheet a mstniht A WORD ABOUT OUR
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%' b, Pearl Marie Cooper, Dorothy t -*" everjrkelr eaa
. Rauiec Carol Hardy, Shirley asset slraM t* the. beak and PRESCRIPTION SERVICE
bar War BMI**. Bay year X ff-T -:1:
Anne
and Betty Mee Plummen U% Try pay ..,. _
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: Pare Six HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Friday March 26, 1943.

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r I OUR MEN IN SERVICE I HOSPITAL NEWS__
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20 Years (Continued from Pal One)

I I .: \\-t'j :.ir.tc('.':<< . r. ;JW. "'" ....: J I JR man. E., Sherard.Tom Faust, W. Y. Bush and., patient Orlando in Wollam James Archer Is a medical Smith

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Mao ,... fill ., Ik* M { Chaplain Cloonan Now Pvt Robert X Chambliss, son Burial was In Palm Cemetery Mrs D. H. Dellingor to a surgi.
rim .Nl.a.a Yo. of Mrs. B. A. Stafford, has been In Naranja under the direction ofthe Cal patient
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.. Is Ranked as CaptainI
..... on. If. .n.. .... .. I assigned to the army air forces' Turner Funeral Home, Margaret; Sullivan of Florida
I SLOW 1,421". technical school at Scott Field. Mr. Webb was born Feb T. 1897 City underwent a tonslllectomy on
I Adams, R. !? Mar 23.- Ill.. where he will receive an intensive In Sumter County, Ga, I ion of Saturday.Ceo. .
IUI III III ill I mlllllllUJUliIII Lt James Cloonan chaplain I 01' course In radio operatingand the late William Andrew Webb Wood orthopedic patient,
the 10th Coast Artillery has been mechanics to fit him for duty and Tallulah Ann Webb. Though; was returned to his home In Isla-
"Slipping tiff
elevated to the rank of captain. his name Benjamin Powell
was
as a member of a fighting bomber morada )'tIterdlY.Mff. .
any of their friends Capt. Cloonan, who came to Webb he Wit universally knownby
crew. During his training period Vincent Burk of Homestead -
it Mrs Mais! Tweedell
the United States from Ireland his nickname Bevo. After his
Pvt. Chambliss will be testedas and C. B. McFerguson of
A. Daugherty both of 14 ago after being ordained graduation from the
yean Georgia
to aptitudes for special typesof Rock Harbor are medical patients.
obtained I marriage into the Roman Catholic priesthood work and completion of School of Technology where for
upon f Raymond C Mellla of Miami
and were married at In his native land, has beenin ill course will be given advanced four yean he WIt a membe( of thevanity and Melba Smith of Princetonwere
odist parsonage that ; the army chaplain corps since training to qualify him aa an football and baseball medical patients for several
pastor, the Rev. Frank T. Aug 24, 1942 team he became coach
at Harri
. expert radio operator or techni ,days this week.MAJ. _
way He was ordained to the priesthood cian. son-Stone A.,H. S. at Perklnaton,
"Alter being in June, 1029. and three I MISS. Here ne met and married
bed for some months, H. months later sailed for America Miss Mary Hinton of Mize, Mis*., GODWINContinued
Pvt.
bliss passed away at 19 He was stationed at .St. Patrick's Howard Thompson returned teacher of French in the tame .
Mar. 10. He was 67 yean Church, Miami Beach, and until Thursday to Orlando airbase achool. .
. He leaves a wife he entered the' army had spent after a 10-day visit with his The following summer 1(25, he ( from Page One)
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.children. . all of his clerical life in Florida. parente. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce played professional ball In the in Co. A of the 19th Machine

."Mrs. Ceo. W. He was at Homestead for his hompson. . East Coast Baseball League and Gun Battalion in action
,the charming hoetesa at first sojourn as pastor and for theist they came to Homestead Aftera nel.. .,
Pfc. A. L Mills. Jr.. of Fort
two years was at Palm Beach. In the real 20 1911 he :
reception at Guild Hall Ga. year estate business "displayed exception
B nnln.. arrived this week
day afternoon. tA' & Chaplain. Cloonan was born in for a 10-day furlough 'With his here, Mr. Webb served as coachin al courage and bravery in leading '
sdcal program was given Birr County Offaly. In 1903. I both Homestead and Redland his squadron under heavy ma-
parents In Florida City. '
:Annie Mayhew e te I . I II' high: schools. Mrs. Webb also, chine. gun and shell fire."
i-"Dr. and Mn. O. C. CpL Banks Byrum of the U. S. I Joined the Homestead faculty. CoL Godwin served under CoL
Bounce the engagement Marines Is expected home Tuesday Air Cadets Archer Dodson and Jn 1121 Mr. Webb ,and .hi* Ralph: W. ICtngma; n,.retired army.
daughter Mary to to apend a 11-day furlough Lamar Dickinson have success I' brother Frank Webb.- established officer of Redland, who was then ,-. ,
;t field son of (Mr. and with his parents Mr. and Mrs. fully passed their examinations the Homestead Furniture Co.-and chief of staff of.the Fifth Division. :',
Sheffield: The wedding J, R. Byrum"of Homestead. This at San Antonio Aviation., Cadet later they planned and built the This command penetrated further '
place the latter part of is hie first visit home sine Juneof Center In Texas and have been Homestead Cottage Court. He wasa into Germanyhan any ,of the ,
-"Mr. and Mrs. P. J. JM1.. Cpl Byrum is stationedat classified -as pilots. They will member of Royal Palm Lodge *other
Florida City were present In San Juan, Puerto lake three months of preflightwork ; No. 100 of the F and A. M. and While stationed In' !'to'Screven! ,,
:Wednesday evening for and prior to that he had before beginning primary was a number of the board of directors Ga. In 1932. CoL Godwin then a '
Mr. and Mrs. been In British Oulana raining. of lieutenant, cited the .
T. A. COUln."Contractor tine Sep- the Homestead Rotary was as outstanding
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J. E. tember of 1941. Club and nominee for president.Mr. officer ,of the year in
pushing the work on the Louie and Willie Davis Jr., of I Webb Is survived by: his that unit. ...
av. paving and will have Aviation Cadet Jos L. Plche Homestead enlisted in the navyon ,wife and his four-year-old daughter {I
' .JnlweekorlO. . of Mr. and Mn. ,T. D. Piche Tuesday at the Miami recruit- Tallulah Ann; two
"Mr. and Mn Walter Homestead has completed his ng office. Frank Webb of broth.fI'l
of Princeton are the byrum'I primary pilot's training at Sequoia R. Webb of Dawson, Ga.;
r ents of a girl born at Field Visalia, Cal., and has sisters Mrs M. N. Fain of Homestead -
Graduate Hospital on the been transferred to Chico Flying GENERALCLINIC Mrs. W. U. Wells and Mrs
-"'Mn. W, H. Krome at Chico, Cal., where he David Harrison of Ashford. Ala..
Tuesday for a short take basic,work. Mrs. A. L. McLendon of Dawson
Mr. and Mrs. W J. Krome (Continued From Page One) and Mrs. C. L Fain of Thomasvllle -
returning to her home % Ga. All were present at
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"Mrs. Fred Fuchs I JtJIud'l/tU4 lUi'JIJ4 j held by U. S. public health ser Present also were three nephews -- .
to a Miami hospital vice medical men with the federal John Andrew Webb and Will
.be' operated on for government sharing the cost, Webb of Homestead and Webb lbng
-"Mr, and Mrs. O. : WM BONDS Mr Bird said. Establishment of Well of Ashford. I
''are the proud parents of I, the clinic here will be a boon to .
pound boy. The little patients forced to go to Kendall Distance.Lines
+ been named Thomas Every shipyard. In our country is pr Miami for such treatment at ;
-"Mr. and Mn. R. E. setting amazing records in the construction resent. : Are ;
land two children are of a merchant marine so The property occupied by the t
"week from Woodbury essential to the transport of suppliesand Homestead Enterprise before its
expect to make this their men to the seen seas. The consolidation with the Homestead Production Unes,Too )
frame" overall cost of these hundreds ef Leader. ,
was purchased from Mr.
ships now building runs Into ...-
-- the council and Mn Edward Stlllng of Florida -
the proposition advanced moss ., foliar. City. It has a 74-foot frontage Don't Crowd then

naming the streets . on Mowry st, and the 65 by 39
' u "Dexter Smith I has foot building has sufficient roomto with
; Unnecessary
right houses and 19 lots '.t accommodate South Dade wel- !

I jpono, his former home, fare activities, Mr. Bird said. iI I
I carload of dairy cows 'Establishment of the clinic
-"A surprise {birthday has my heartiest endorsement" Back before Hitler and Tojo J|

j''Was given by Miss Eleanor 'I ,Mayor Tom Harris said last night. set the world aflame, It was i
Ik in honor of Carl W-Lv p ,"I[ have been working for It for convenient and practical to I
,hnd Fritz Rufcrke.. I long time and I think It is transact business deliver I
'A very pleasant social Just about the best thing that ;!
:'bccurred last week when w could have happened to JIom.tea .-' messages greet relatives ;
)Ruby Leach gavel an ; d." and friends by long distance
1!nhower for, Mlicnonne t ,E
J 'I her home on Palm ave. telephone.
,,here about twenty Many of them are called Tlcl But now these same long ll 'J
I numerous and useful rj" ships and you are contributing distance
telephone lines I
I iKifta. Miss Clements to this victory by,your purchase ef lip are "
( come 'th bride of a ,War Bonds at least tea per. FUNERAL needed more and more to j .
f. ( -"ComaDavis need these ships after tie war,
, ,,"lumber of her little too when Peace comet war and move .X;
t S. b.r.t..e OBE a
U. Tntnai
urday afternoon In honor them to the fighting fronts. j

tldrthday . New lines cannot be built to .
-"Dr. U H. Martin will a brand new boy who ar. 244!bur Ambulance Service .
fully meet the
.. Ft Pierce . where Wednesday afternoon." Increasing
lake up surgery." -"The Hon. WM. Jennings volume of calls because the '1;
-J. E. MacDonald will make the address at LADY ATTENDANT raw materials needed are .'
;Homestead Bakery I. dedication of Redland Meth- Phone 270 Homestead, Fla:
t to his home with 111n...." I Episcopal Church'. . Eas being made into :weapons <

.1 -."Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Sunday. ." of war. ..

-- Unnecessary long distance .

calls may slow up vital "

For News of Homestead and South Dade Read KH.A. LOANS war calls. That's especially .i
REPAIR THE EAST WAYarranged '
true of long haul<<:
for Home
THE HOMESTEAD
LEADER Let us tell you how to finance calls for the greater' the '

your Improvements or. distance you talk, the greater -,
3 mos., 50c 6 mos., 73c l1r., $1.001I'88'Rl1'110N ..;. . '- building the ABC Monthly Payment the threat to war service. ",

j} BLANK, Flan You,,can do much to help :,.,j
y a
Date_.. j I J Stop' borne depreciation now speed 'victory by making
Homestead Leader. I 4 while quality Building Mate- only,necessary! long distance jv,
14 W. W. Third St, Homestead. Fla. Hals still available. and brief I
are calls'" by being In <,

i Reeked find f, .. for which please mall the Leader Q all telephone conversations. r .,

for* : .. months tel ..
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NAM* ., HOOKER LUMBER CO. 'INC. SODTIERD BOlTQEPBODEW .

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Friday March 26, 1913 HOMESTEAD LEADER AND ENTERPRISE Paste Seven


I THE GOOD OLD DAY R003IPh i

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I J, RATE: First Insertion 104 a lint; subsequent Insertion*

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FOR RENT 1 COAT MILK for sale, Phone
238-J evenings.

TO PERMANENT tenant, sat I floor lovely cduntry home, modern ..
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; I bedrooms Redland rd.I
i near Biscayne dr P. O. Box
j I 084, Homestead (mr 26U LOST-Second War Ration books.

Hattie Brown and Wills, Mite
!'ROOMS and apartment Reasonable Conyers, Homestead, Via
I rates, hot water and show. (pm26)
era Palms Hotel. Florida City.dllj29).'
: 1 re \ YIs ( LOST-Sugar ration book No
M7833. Emtel Watson
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'f ,.; FOR SALE 'I WANTED

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: ,. ..4w .2-BEDROOM house, 3 acres land WANTED-Used treadle .lwlflg
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: : to Courtesy Fiaml Dally News. (one acre in orange trees). Located machine ;In excellent runnlnjf

Men of the 427th Air Base Squadron Relaxing in Day Room After Day's Work.I Abstract corner being 2 prominent brought to roads.date prise.condition. Call at Leader.Ent(m28t,iJ.,,

I Besides Facilities Shown, Billiards, Magazines, Writing Materials Are at Hand. I and can be delivered in 10 days.
.,, Benjamin Warren Morris reg WANTED TO BUY-Grew plgeoa
real estate broker, 210 S.
Krome
In the pod, and another
I peas mangos
./, OFF DUTY AT BASE HOSPITAL I .' vfc, ' (pmr26) kinds of tropical pioduv
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'I 100 FT. SO. KROME ave. front- York City.PARTTIME. :
.j f age. $800 cash tor immediate ..
.1 tale Eleanor Froscher, Ph. 528- maid wanted. Mrs.
. f." fJ. (pa2) H H. Ewing, 19 East Bth et.on
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;J7'r FdRD V-8 de luxe sedan '37 (f2M1)

\ modelS tires in excellent con-
womani '
CAPABLE ratable
'for
;' ,\ I.ki 11 dition, good paint job, dandy house work. Pets TonrMIHome
I radio. $350 cash. Ceo Fitzpatrick ,
302 S. Krome.
": Naranja road Phone 523- tJBtp

;.c- !i 1 M-l. (mr.26-tf) 'CHILDREN given good carts; '''7

week, day or month. Reason
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rc able rates Florida City Nursery -
1t ; irons, large tize Bertha L
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M A ; Petz, 302...5. Krome. '(p26)) ....
: : ', ------- FAT hens. J. R. Bcvli, near ttffs
COAT MILK from clean
i: ..- I'(f roundings. A. Supply, I blocks sur store. (diatf)

E. of Krome ion King's Hwy. TO trade '37 4-ton 'delivery se.
(. It;: (pm26tf) dan lor 1-ton stake body truck.

J. R. Bevll, near Left's store.
]i FOR SALE Fresh pure blood (dlStf)
Saanen milk goat $50. Sam J.
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(pmrll r JUNK CARS WANTED

1 I Row ell & Son

'S. L Kendrick FOR SCRIP Iron. Highest

prices paid, with or without
Itrei Phone 8-J158 or bring to
JUSTICE OF THE
3019 N. W, 8th St., Miami,
PEACE
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Birth Certificate and other dos!
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{ iiI Odd Fellows Bid,.
.1 'Besides Being Tops in Their Profession, These Nurses of the Homestead N W. bi 8t,. Homestead, n.I

Army_Air Base Hospital Are Talented Singers-and They're Good Looking, Too.iI wun BARBERINGHaircut


One War at II Time Lawyer (questioning elderly i I I Deems Taylor, a guest on Information , I . Mt,

At II certain Georgia military woman who saw the wreck): Please, one evening: ygo R l ; Shave t5e
, "1 camp the officers who examine "Isnt It true that the plaintiff I fumbled II question badly. When Shampoo (Plain). ate
1 candidates for officers' training made only a cursory examination. I the next one was asked he begged Shampoo (:Medicated). TSe
1. hit upon a wonderful question of his damaged car?" : "L4t me have It I want. ta I II
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face" Singe SSe
for testing the poise and mental Witness Sakes, alive, yes. It save my Announcement
t equilibrium of Southerners who was so cursory I had 'to put.my Clifton Fadiman peered at him I Facial ....._ Ee
'. appear before them. Each candidate hands overy my ears." closely and then answered mildly:I DR. R. S. SPICKARDand Facial Park tic
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o- Is asked what he would do I Voo-Doo I "I'm sure I don't know why" Combination Facial 75
., if his state seceded from the union
,. Tonle ._ .. . tie
DR. C. C. RAY
Mustache Trim lie
When they sprang it on a Georgia
: min, hit eyes lit with a holy SOLAR WATER HEATERS
are BOW associated with
Ire, but he quickly jot himself i Willie They Last-For Qualified Purchasers BUSH'S
.j in hllnd."W. got to finish this j ELECTRIC BOOSTERS-MORNOUT EQUIPMENT REPLACED l
war first, sun," he said.-The New Free Estimates on Re-roofing and Sheet Metal Work DR.R.S.AKERSDENTIST

; Yorker GIFFEN ROOFING CO.. Coral Gables. Dial 4-1651 Barber Shop


: 1 1t O,.. City HallO
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Office Hoars: t a m. to I p. &

.) Need Homes and Groves at Reasonable Prices Sundays I to 11 .
Closed Saturday -
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BOYS PARTIES WAITING WITH CASH I

nei N. v. SITU sf, MIAMIrnoNt
J. K. DORN, Real Estate
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Ml Halcyon.Arcade: Miami Fla Phone t-2lll
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al Aar "n pub.&W30' The World'. Newt Seen Through j
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II Drive carefully, of "Iran I
s Iho as. vine, pus THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR II i But carry protective Auto Onsurance -,
will be glad -
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R. we Ail Mermtlioiut il, Kntftptrruiiiirf -certalnlyl There ark
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... .or a 'b fJooo m_cwanry__..M.anatea. -..- ,PUnIlRIItG..Marry I j- forms-and amourul--of AtrtOnsuraac

f-. liTi..f.l-fi i ii1i...-IT.M.iiil-Tiss tW li.inln il. expressly suited "VU,
we. im-adi..i.r An Tk-.tr a.d hiuotl'i and te Daft
: .Pen.,., Toasstese wish she Wieldy M. sole. swat.,, ids- l i yew needs, and torse We win
also Masser r Ideal N....... gap rho 1'-0 s I e explain freely.. Feel free'td t tjokiw

tries fliroe Y-rV. M f I.00MSiM : 1 tolEDWARD
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